Bulls Bikes USA announced their 2020 product line, including a wide range of road, mountain, and e-bikes. Highlights include the Copperhead EVO, a full suspension e-MTB line featuring the latest Bosch Gen 4 Performance Line CX, the Alpine Hawk e-road bike with Fazua system, and the Bosch-equipped Desert Falcon EVO.
Bulls Bikes 2020 product line
Bulls Bikes is charging into the US direct-to-consumer market, offering an ever-expanding range of products. [Correction: Bulls Bikes representatives let us know that their current business model is not consumer-direct. They stated the following to us in an e-mail: “The website is actually “click-to-brick”. This model will allow riders to purchase their bikes directly from the website and select their preferred dealer to have the bike shipped to. As a result, customers will now be able to pick up their bikes already assembled and fully calibrated directly from dealers, which will not only be a more convenient experience for them but will also provide dealers key insights into consumer preferences.”]
Starting off their 2020 range is the Copperhead EVO AM, a series with four e-MTB full suspension bikes featuring the Gen4 Bosch Performance Line CX – their most powerful option.
With 150mm travel front and rear, along with 27.5″ wheels, it’s an all-mountain-focused e-bike. A 625Wh battery is tucked into the downtube for long-range pedal assist.
They also offer a hardtail version called the Copperhead EVO HD, equipped with the massive 625Wh battery from Bosch. It’s available in a standard frame configuration (above), or…
…an ultra-low step-through model (above), also called the “wave” frame style. Both options have a maximum payload of 330 lbs. All Copperhead EVO models are Class 1 e-bikes, limited to 20mph of pedaling assistance.
The Desert Falcon EVO is an e-road bike featuring disc brakes and the Gen 4 Bosch Performance Line Speed motor. It has 75 Nm of torque, along with a 500Wh downtube battery.
The Alpine Hawk is a different take on e-road for Bulls, using the Fazua Evation 255w motor, 36v/7Ah battery, and a double chainring crankset. While it has lower output than the Bosch systems, it fits into a more compact package, and a presumably lower complete bike weight.
All models will be available in early 2020.